That first hint of crisp autumn air signals us to switch from open toe sandals to warm and comfy boots, but don’t get sucked into the same old black and brown boots trends. Boots should be both warm and fashionable which is why we’ve created 6 stylish looks with fall’s boldest boot trends (and none are in neutral colors).
So whether you have a penchant for ankle boots (which are great with ankle length trousers) or are in love with knee-high styles boots (awesome with the 60s mod dresses in fashion right now), we have an inspiration look to help you transition into your fall looks in style.
Just like our cover photo we are all about using boots and accessories to add that POP of color. These Salvatore Ferragamo boots in bright lime green, designed in precious materials, really hit the color mark. To style them we decided on a 60s ‘mod squad’ look with a cool mini-skirt and an oversized mohair sweater.
There is nothing more fun than hot pink leopard print, especially when it’s on a pair of calf-length boots. We thought it clashed perfectly with this heritage plaid skirt in taffeta by Victoria Beckham.
Coat dresses are so hot right now. They are perfect for work and for after work cocktail-ing. We paired this crepe Elisabetta Franchi coat dress with a pair of Le Babe suede ankle boots in bright citrus orange.
If you love over-the-knee boots but find them difficult to style, you are not alone. But that is why you’ve got us. For example we paired these cool, bright red over-the-knee boots by Ermanno Scervino with an Alexander Wang denim skirt and oversized blazer by Zadig & Voltaire. No sweat.
Tall boots for date night isn’t typically one’s first choice. But these crisp white leather boots by Vic Matie styled with a robin’s egg blue blazer and delicate jewelry makes for the perfect date night look. Trust us.
Our final look is a true classic. We styled the Elisabetta Franchi tall boots with a heritage plaid dress, Burberry trench and a classic patent leather bag. This is as chic as it gets.